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CHS student helps JTC with ‘Change for Change’
Noah and Brian
Camden High School sophomore Noah Miller (left), founder of the Change for Change Foundation, presents a check for $500 to Jackson Teen Center (JTC) Executive Director Brian Mayes. Noah is challenging businesses and individuals to donate spare change to his foundation, which supports the JTC’s STEM and computer lab.
Thanks to Camden High School (CHS) sophomore Noah Miller and Kershaw County Councilman Sammie Tucker Jr., the Jackson Teen Center (JTC) went back in time on Oct. 30. That afternoon, Noah and Tucker sold cheeseburgers, hotdogs and fries for the low “yesteryear” price of 99 cents.